Gone Kesh Trailer: Shwetha Tripathi’s characters suffer from Alopecia
Shwetha Tripathi’s character is an innocent, simple teen struggling with her dreams.
The first trailer of Gone Kesh is out and it has all the elements of entertainment despite having a sensitive issue as the subject.
Shwetha plays a teenager who loves dancing and suffers from a disease that causes rapid hair fall.
The story is based in a small town, where the parent’s only concern for a girl child is to get her married.
And in the society, a girl losing hair disqualifies her from marriage prospectus.
Gone Kesh is all about the struggle of the girl and how she deals with the disease affecting her ambition of becoming a dancer.
The film also stars internet fame Jeetu who essays the love life of Shwetha’s character.
As the trailer showcases, Jeetu trying to woo Shwetha by taking his friends advice.
In atypical small-town touch, a friend advises Jeetu to express his love with the words: “Lillies are white, fly high like a kite. Your love makes me feel like dynamite.”
The film is directed by Qasim Khallow.